[feature] In the last few years we have witnessed a number of advanced developments in the design of listening tests. These advances represent a more sophisticated approach to sound quality evaluation than basic quality judgments and mean opinion scores. In particular, researchers have been investigating ways of discovering more precisely what listeners perceive, how they describe it, and how to predict consumer preference on the basis of expert judgment. This article introduces some of the techniques and applications discussed in papers given at recent AES conventions and conferences.
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